Testing The Limits Of AI: Deep Learning Goes Deep Sea Fishing

Deep learning has been making waves in many industries. Now, the fishing industry also wants to incorporate it to improve the quality and quantity of the catch. This is the goal of Nature Conservancy, a non-profit organization that works with tuna fishing companies in the Pacific Islands. Through deep learning technology, they hope to help these companies identify fish and count their catch more easily. Most of all, they hope that through the use of cutting-edge technology, it will protect those animals that need not be caught. According to them, a lot of these animals, especially protected sea animals like sea turtles and sharks, get accidentally caught by fishermen. Artificial technology will help fishermen avoid this by helping them identify fish faces. As Nature Conservancy project director Mark Zimring said,…


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